A 1930’s three bedroom semi detached home ideal for those looking for a refurbishment project or renovation opportunity. There is potential for extension to the side, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
The house is vacant, has double glazing, gas central heating, front garden with double driveway and garage. The area is popular with families and young professionals or those looking for an easy commute to the City Centre.
Holdings Road is located within a short distance of Sheffield city centre, there are local shops, primary schools plus a high school, amenities, supermarkets, community centres, convenient access to universities and hospitals, excellent road and bus links along with access to the train station. Norfolk Heritage Park is a short stroll away.
Hall, dining room, lounge and kitchen.
Three bedrooms and bathroom/W.C.
Garden to front, double driveway leading to side garage. Rear garden and storage building.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Andrew Winter BSC MRICS
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